Very good, but very expensive, too.
Steak was cooked to my liking and tender. My daughter got a type of Alfredo pasta with shrimp and after sampling a bite of hers, I wished I had gotten that instead. It was delicious and had surprisingly large shrimp in it. Drinks are good, too.
The restaurant is in an old antebellum home and of course the atmosphere is very quiet, elegant and definitely southern. We were the last ones leaving the restaurant, and the Chef gave us a personal tour of the rest of the house. She is very knowledgeable about the home and its history and you could tell that she loves showing it off.